Tuscany is the second most visited region in Italy and has an incredible amount of places to visit, breathtaking views, monuments and works of art …
What to see in Tuscany?
Here is our list of places to be missed:
Capital of Tuscany, a symbol of Italian culture and language, the cradle of the Renaissance, it contains some of the most famous museums and monuments in Italy.
Siena, a unique medieval architectural heritage, stands out for its medieval brick buildings. Piazza del Campo, the central square with a characteristic fan shape, is home to the Palazzo and the Torre del Mangia.
San Gimignano, a UNESCO world heritage center, was built on the ancient via Francigena. Of the seventy-two erected, today there are fourteen towers that give the village a particular profile so as to remember it as “the Manhattan of the Middle Ages”.
Pisa and its Piazza dei Miracoli, boasts a thousand-year history that reached its peak at the time of the Maritime Republics, a period that allowed to make the city center a treasure trove of artistic treasures, in which Romanesque and Gothic churches stand out.
Volterra is particularly known for its Etruscan origins and for the numerous archaeological finds belonging to this period and for the alabaster processing.